W.A.L.T:
 work out the duration of time between 2 given times and adjust times on clocks to earlier and later.
Complete page 42. Click here. Show your working out to part G in the following way. E.g.
5.38pm – 6.07pm
2mins 20mins 7mins
5.38 —— 5.40——6.00——6.07
Now add the times together to find out how long the journey takes.
2mins + 20mins + 7mins = 29mins
W.A.L.T:
 find multiples of numbers and check if a number is a multiple of another number.
***What are multiples? – Multiples are answers to multiplying tables (the word gives a clue) e.g. multiples of 4 are the answers to the table of 4.
Multiples continue on beyond tables we have learned e.g. continue counting in 4s beyond 40, 44, 48, 52 … etc.
***How do we check if a number is a multiple or not? – The number will divide equally without a remainder
1. Is 352 a multiple of 2? If we divide 352 by 3 the answer is 176 with no remainder so we know it is a multiple of 2.
2. Is 76 a multiple of 3? If we divide 76 by 3 the answer is 25 remainder 1 so we know it is not a multiple of 3.
***Facts to recap on:

Multiples of 2 – even numbers;

Multiples of 10 – end on 0;

Multiples of 5–end in 5 or 0.
Complete the following sheet, finding the multiples. Click here
When doing numbers 4 and 5 write a list of multiples of that number to look at. Look at the information above to help you.
W.A.L.T:
 Remember the three times tables
 Use the three times tables to work out division facts
Count out loud in 3s to 36. Begin 3, 6, 9….
Look at the multiplication wheels from yesterday – how many multiplications can you answer? Tell your answers to a helper and practise any difficult facts.
Copy out and complete the multiplication and division facts on the second worksheet. Get a helper to ask you these facts out loud in a mixed up order.
W.A.L.T – Understand common multiples and lowest common multiples (LCM)
 Page 59 – finding the multiples and common multiples of numbers. Click here
 Twinkl sheet – have fun finding the lowest common multiple. Click here
 Explanation for the work is given at the top of each page.
W.A.L.T – Understand place value to thousands, hundreds, tens and units.
Find missing numbers in addition sums.
 Complete page 85. Click here
 Here are the answers for the first one in each section to get you started.
 C 1.1258
 D 1. One thousand, six hundreds, four tens and seven units
 E 1. 4274
 F 1. 1769, 4231, 5760, 6312, 9010
 Then complete page 4, numbers 18. Find the missing numbers. Click here
W.A.L.T – Understand place value to hundreds, tens and units
 Complete page (Place Value) For section D, start with the smallest number first. Click here